WHS track opened the season with a bang, with the girls earning six gold medals on the way to a first place finish at Lyndon.
Before baseball kicks off the spring season tonight, listen to coaches from each spring sport join the Charger to discuss their teams.
Spring sports season is underway. Head coaches for each sport joined the Charger to discuss their outlook on the season.
Back in 1983 the boys tennis team found some success, qualifying a singles player and a doubles team for state.
Senior Kaelyn Conrad signed her National Letter of Intent to play softball at Johnson County Community College in a ceremony Friday afternoon.
Baseball and softball both ended the season in regional competition this week. Baseball fell to Mission Valley 5-9 and softball fell to Troy 2-5.
Senior Jace Reves announced his intent to continue his track career at Emporia State in a signing ceremony Monday at the WHS track. Reves was a state placer in 2019, finishing 8th in the 800. This season he competes in the 800, 4x4, 4x8, and 4x1, with a solid chance at returning to state in each event.
Track athletes continued to improve at Friday’s home meet. The boys’ 4X400 relay team place 1st. The team consists of freshman Angel Trujillo, sophomore Eli Oliver, and seniors Jace Reves and Dawson Schultz.
After starting both of their seasons with wins, both baseball and softball have struggling in recent outings.